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Lady Aces, Panthers both fall 3-0 in soccer state quarterfinals

October 26, 2020 | 9:18 pm

Updated October 26, 2020 | 9:20 pm

Photo by Ryan Richardson

Greenwood uses early goals to top Lady Aces in state quarters

Greenwood scored three goals in the first 10 minutes and maintained their distance the rest of the way, and their 3-0 win ended Owensboro Catholic’s season in the KHSAA Girls’ Soccer state tournament quarterfinals. 

The first goal came less than two minutes in when Kayelee Maners stole a pass deep in Catholic territory and turned it into an easy goal. A hand ball against the Lady Aces about one yard outside the top of the box set up a direct kick for Greenwood, and Maggie Blair converted on a curving shot into the net. 

The final score came with 30:18 on the clock, when a cross rolled through the Catholic defense and into the box, where Maners had another easy chip shot for her second goal.

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Catholic’s Maddie Hayden was named to the 2020 KHSAA All-State Tournament Soccer Team.

Spartans use big second half to down Panthers in Elite Eight

The Daviess County Panthers’ revenge tour ended Monday night in Bowling Green as they fell to South Warren in the quarterfinals of the KHSAA State Boys’ Soccer Tournament.

Neither team had much time to prepare for their match on Monday but it was the Spartans that used a huge second half to take down Daviess County 3-0.

The Spartans and Panthers were tied 0-0 as the first half ended, but it didn’t take long for South Warren to get on the board in the second half.

With 30:38 left, Eldin Velic scored the first goal of the match when his shot got by Panther keeper Cody Clark. Velic added his second goal 10:00 later to make it 2-0. It was the first time DC had given up two goals in a match since their last loss on Sept. 18 against Evansville Memorial.

Kiram Mujic scored with 6:38 left to make it 3-0.

Daviess County’s Hunter Clark was named to the 2020 KHSAA All-State Tournament Soccer Team.

Daviess County ends the season at 14-3-2 as they graduate six seniors in 2021. 

October 26, 2020 | 9:18 pm

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